With the New Year comes a lot of new eating habits, so you may need a few culinary books to get you started. Trying new recipes or picking up a more healthy eating lifestyle can be challenging and just winging it isn't always the best idea.
Cooking is a favorite among many and a hated chore to some. It’s not expected that you'll be a gourmet chef upon your very first cooking escapade but it’s always good to have a little back up that ensures you don’t set your kitchen ablaze. Culinary books are super helpful tools for those who can follow instructions no problem or for those who are more of the visual learner type. The pictures of set ingredients really help when attempting to cook up some fancy French cuisine or just an organic snack.
Whether you’re looking for a new cultural recipe to try or searching for a quick snack that will cure the aftermath due to all of last night's crazy partying, culinary books are the fairy Godmother of the kitchen.
From Hangover Remedy Guides to French Food Publications
Child Food Bloggers
'Pines Picks' is Authored by a 12-Year-Old
Ethically Responsible Cookbooks
'Odd Bits' Encourages Us to Eat the Entire Animal
Natural Tot Cookbooks
Anni Daulter's 'Organically Raised' is for Health-Conscious Parents
French Foodie Publications
The 7th Issue of Fricote Magazine Boasts Urbanized French Cusine
Singapore Airlines' 'Above & Beyond' is for High-End Cuisine at Home
Chow Down Books
The Marije Vogelzang 'Eat Love' Experience is Engaging and Whimsical
Eco Smart Cookbooks
Coco: 10 World-Leading Masters Choose 100 Contemporary Chefs
Chef David Chang Releases the F-Bomb Laden Momofuku
Comedic Hangover-Inspired Cookbooks
The Hungover Cookbook by Milton Crawford is a Funny Read
Tasty Couture Books
'A Matter of Taste' by Fulvio Bonavia is Fashionably Appetizing